Twins Who Claim to Be Jonathan Moi's Sons Emerge
Twin boys have emerged claiming that former President Daniel Moi's late son, Jonathan Moi, is their father.
In a sit down with one of the local sites, the two, Gerald Kipkosgei Toroitich and Geoffrey Kipkurui, who are both aged 21, revealed that Jonathan allegedly used to settle their school fees.
They further divulged that they had his name on their birth certificates to prove that they are genuine offsprings of the former rally driver.
They, however, decried being sidelined from his burial plans claiming their efforts to reach their other family members to be included in the process hit a dead end.
“We have been at Kabimoi where burial planning meetings are taking place but we have been ignored. Our efforts to reach Sylvia our stepmother have been frustrated. We are afraid we’ll not be recognized as his genuine heirs,” narrated Toroitich.
They further alleged they met their father in January 2019 while he was ailing and they even knew the specific hospital he had been taken to.
"We are Jonathan’s sons. We met with him in January and end of February when he began ailing. He told us he was going to Mediheal Hospital Nakuru. He gave us some money for personal effects at college. We never thought that was the last time we would see him alive,” continued Toroitich.
The two were born in 1998 and have been living with their mother Roselyne Opata in Bondo, Siaya county.
Kipkosgei and Kipkurui are currently pursuing diplomas in agricultural engineering and electrical engineering respectively at Rift Valley Technical Training Institute (RVTTI) in Eldoret.
Jonathan succumbed to cancer at a Nakuru hospital on Friday, April 19.
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